March Student Tech Tip: Screenshots

As a virtual school student, there are several times when you will be asked to take a screenshot or a picture of your computer screen. […]

April Student Tech Tip: Getting Academic Help

For this month’s student tech tip, I’d like to highlight two resources shared on the Edudemic website. Edudemic is a site that provides educational technology […]

Free Proofreading Tool: Grammarly

Do you sometimes make silly errors in your writing because you’re typing too fast? Is grammar or spelling not your strongest skill? Would you like […]

Take a Virtual College Tour

It’s that time of year! Seniors are making decisions about what college or university they are interested in attending in the fall.  Part of that […]

Combine Multiple Google Sheets with ImportRange

Do you have multiple Google Sheets that you would like to be able to combine into one Google Sheet? Do you work in a team […]

30 in 50 – 2017: The latest tech-savvy apps for tech-savvy teachers!

A big thank you to everyone who attended the session live! Here is the list this year, enjoy! The post 30 in 50 – […]

Speed up your computer with the Great Suspender!

Are you a Google Chrome user that keeps many tabs open? If your answer is yes, then all those tabs are slowing down your computer. […]

Tech Tip: Don’t Let Frustration Build…

© 2012 Hikaru. Licensed under CC-BY. There is nothing worse then observing someone becoming frustrated while learning to use new technology. Especially when the frustration is caused […]

Tech-Savvy Tip: Stick with Standard Fonts to Move Your Presentations In and Out of the Cloud

Okay… full disclosure: I am a huge font snob!  Throughout my time in the history classroom, I not only chose fonts for my presentations and […]

Tech-Savvy Tip: Set up Multiple Chrome Profiles to Ninja-Master Multiple Google Accounts

At NCCE in Seattle in this past February, I received a question during the Google Summit about management of multiple Google accounts.  “I now have […]

Tech-Savvy Tip: Create an “icon bar” in your browser’s bookmark bar for quick access

For those of you that started your journey as a tech-savvy teacher in the 1990s, you may remember the popularity and necessity of bookmarks in your […]

Tech tip: Building your own Virtual LEGO Mindstorms robot

  In our last post we learned how to control our simulated robot using the Mindstorms EV3 programming language. For a recap, be sure to click […]

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